i think it is a purrfect progression for yogis to tai chi. We just replace asana with the smooth and rhythmic movements. The rest of patanjali-----the other 90%!-----we continue practicing. Don't miss the pranayama and meditation. The yamas and niyamas. Yep. We get up in the morning----have some chai tea---do some tai chi. And Be!
yoga? and a cat! Perfect fit----One of my names is yogadon-----i love your name!
check us out at chronic pain couch----or eve's new spot getting older---wiser group....lotsa cat-yoga goin' on there!
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